InboxDollars Review – Is it a Scam?

by Ron P on July 15, 2011

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No InboxDollars is not a Scam!

Inbox dollars is not a scam, I have used them for a source of extra income for some time now.  They offer several ways to make money.  Most surveys are free which is great.  When signing up for InboxDollars they give you $5.00 for just signing up!  Once you sign up you start getting emails and you get paid to read them.  I recommend you create a new email address just for your paid survey accounts, you will receive hundreds of emails to read and for reading them you will get paid.

InboxDollars Opportunities


Paid emails – Emails start rolling in as soon as you sign up for InboxDollars, and you earn for each email you read.  You will not break the bank reading emails, but you can make some nice extra income if you put some time in every day.

Take Surveys – This allows you to affect the advertising, products and services you enjoy.  You will fill out the surveys with your information, which can take some time but you get paid for your efforts.  Surveys take time to complete, but with the free tool RoboForm you can cut the time down to a minimum.

Games – InboxDollars offers the opportunity to earn extra income to play games.  Currently when you sign up to play games they are depositing $10 into your Gaming Account. 

Videos – Watch short videos from national advertisers.  Check out related coupons or offers after videos for additional savings.  Bottom line, you view videos and earn cash.  How much better can it get?

Shop Online – InboxDollars offers the opportunity to shop online and earn cash back from major national retailers.  You are getting paid to shop.

Coupons – Print coupons for products that we use every day, enter your Zip Code and you get a bigger choice of coupons.  I like the coupons offered for grocery items.

Pros – Free to join and the ability to make money instantly by reading emails.  You can use you IPad, smart phone, blackberry, iphone, Android, etc) to take advantage of this opportunity.   You can make money sitting on the toilet.  How many of us check our emails when we go to the restroom?   Refer someone to InboxDollars and receive 10% of the Qualified Earnings received by your referrals.

Cons – Surveys can take some time to complete in the beginning, but you can even cut that time down by using the free tool RoboForm to help fill out the surveys.  You must earn at least $30 dollars before you will be paid.

Bottom line, InboxDollars is not a scam.  InboxDollars is a legitimate way to make extra income from home.  Nothing in life is free.  You will have to invest time to maximize your earnings.

Let me know if this review helps you with making the decision to add InboxDollars to your system of earning extra income from home.  Please feel free to leave comments or questions related to this InboxDollars review.

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